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payroll

a list of employees, their salary rates, tax deductions, amounts paid, payroll tax, long service leave entitlements.
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In 50 counties, citizen payroll expenditures per capita for welfare system employees increased faster than citizen personal income in those counties.
Payroll Parking -- Two unrelated businesses negotiate for a fee to have all or part of the higher UI-rated employer's payroll "parked" in the other's account and reported at the lower UI rate.
To the contrary, we should seek to lighten the payroll tax load on workers and employers, and to restore the balance between taxes on work and taxes on other things.
Since 1978, British workers' payroll taxes have gone to finance two retirement programs: a basic benefit that's roughly equal to 18 percent of the mean national income, and a second benefit.
The fact that a lender is performing payroll services and calculations for a client will not preclude it from coming within the ordinary working capital exception.
5) Specifically, we believe that, although they would be a step forward, they would not go far enough in achieving true reform of the payroll tax deposit system.
Exports Payroll checks to Quicken and accounting software like Microsoft Office accounting.
Jason Giambi of the Oakland A's understands all too well the link between payroll and performance.
Bringing the payroll department up to speed is only one of the many issues to be addressed in the company's Y2K project.
The acquisition of American Business Payroll follows TimePlus' recent expansion in Florida, Virginia and California.
com), a leading developer of payroll and 1099 products, drives cost and time savings for tax preparers, accounting firms and CPAs.